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12th Jun '18 5:21:05 PM Sakubara
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* Steve the Disabled Professor (a Creator/StephenHawking stand-in) in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' also used Macintalk. Ironically, three episodes also had animated [[SesameStreetCred cameo appearances]] by the real Stephen Hawking.

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* Steve the Disabled Professor (a Creator/StephenHawking stand-in) in ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' also used Macintalk. Ironically, three episodes also had animated [[SesameStreetCred cameo appearances]] appearances by the real Stephen Hawking.
10th Jun '18 8:57:35 AM PiDa
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** The Mechonoids in "The Chase" have very peculiar voices created by cutting up a tape of a human voice actor until it is just phonemes, a sort of analog VOCALOID. They are nearly incomprehensible.
9th Jun '18 7:05:49 AM bernardthebeanpole
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* They planned to do this to make the Voice of God in ''WesternAnimation/ThePrinceOfEgypt'', but after discovering a lot of really good demonic voices they just [[TalkingToHimself used Val Kilmer for both Moses and God]].

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* They planned to do this to make the Voice of God in ''WesternAnimation/ThePrinceOfEgypt'', but after discovering a lot of really good demonic voices they just [[TalkingToHimself used Val Kilmer for both Moses and God]]. The voices of the other actors are used quietly to provide a sort of echo.
1st Apr '18 2:48:48 PM tesseractTheDevourer
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* Used by the blind in screen reader software, which translate a computer screen's contents into synthesized speech (or braille). Favorites include DEC talk, of MoonbaseAlpha fame, originally a hardware synthesizer from the 80s, and Eloquence, used in JAWS among other platforms.
3rd Feb '18 7:54:40 PM Mickoonsley19
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* In ''WebAnimaion/GreenyPhatom'', most of the characters' voices are provided by text-to-speech programs like Speakonia.

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* In ''WebAnimaion/GreenyPhatom'', ''WebAnimation/GreenyPhatom'', most of the characters' voices are provided by text-to-speech programs like Speakonia.
3rd Feb '18 7:54:05 PM Mickoonsley19
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* Everyone in ''WebAnimation/GreenyPhatom''. Literally everyone.

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* Everyone in ''WebAnimation/GreenyPhatom''. Literally everyone.In ''WebAnimaion/GreenyPhatom'', most of the characters' voices are provided by text-to-speech programs like Speakonia.
3rd Jan '18 4:10:40 AM jormis29
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* ''[[http://www.indiedb.com/games/nsfw-not-a-simulator-for-working NSFW - Not a Simulator For Working]]'' uses various synthetic voices to create the "porn sounds", which kicks it straight into the realm of {{narm}}.

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* ''[[http://www.indiedb.com/games/nsfw-not-a-simulator-for-working NSFW - Not a Simulator For Working]]'' ''VideoGame/NSFWNotASimulatorForWorking'' uses various synthetic voices to create the "porn sounds", which kicks it straight into the realm of {{narm}}.
28th Nov '17 9:22:21 PM Nicoaln
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* [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in its use of ''VideoGame/DreamfallChapters''. Kidbot and Shitbot both use text-to-speech programs for their voices. Given that they are robots who, InUniverse, use voice synthesizer chips, this makes sense.
* ''Opening Night'' and ''American Girls Premiere'', two games that are intended to introduce young children to the concepts of theatre and make their own plays, both use the same [[{{Narm}} wonky text to speech system]]. [[NotTheIntendedUse Suffice to say]], most kids used it to create some really really weird plays. (Especially since they lacked a word blacklist.)


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* Everyone in ''Website/GoAnimate''.
19th Nov '17 7:05:02 AM Saber15
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* Mind.in.a.box's "Change", "8 Bits", "I Love 64" and "Unknown" have heavily processed vocals to emulate this effect, though the actual singer is human (he can be heard singing normally on "Remember" and towards the end of one of the "8 Bits" remixes).

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* Mind.in.a.box's Music/MindInABox's "Change", "8 Bits", "I Love 64" 64", "Unknown", "Amnesia" and "Unknown" its thematic SequelSong "World of Promises" have heavily processed vocals to emulate this effect, though the actual singer is human (he can be heard singing normally on "Remember" human. Loosely connected songs (i.e. "Remember") and towards songs from the end point of one view of the "8 Bits" remixes).main character, Black, tend to use no or minimal processing.
4th Nov '17 10:08:08 AM tropower
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* Post-''ReBoot'' CGI series called either ''War Planets'' or ''Shadow Raiders'' had Princess Tekla (from the robot planet)'s companion device voiced by [=MacinTalk=].

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* Post-''ReBoot'' CGI series called either ''War Planets'' or ''WesternAnimation/WarPlanets'' (AKA: ''Shadow Raiders'' Raiders''), a CGI series created Mainframe Entertainment (of ''WesternAnimation/{{Reboot}}'' fame[[note]]Today, the company is known as Rainmaker Animation, and are also well known for making many (but not all) of the Franchise/{{Barbie}} DirectToVideo movies.[[/note]]) had Princess Tekla (from the robot planet)'s companion device voiced by [=MacinTalk=].
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